Just in time for Thanksgiving, the newest episode of Flameside Chat focuses on gratitude. Sharing their insight about this timely topic are two of Centre College’s well-known and gracious experts in the field, Richard Trollinger, vice president for college relations, who focuses on philanthropy, and Norman Fischer ’95, parish priest of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church of the Diocese of Lexington, Ky., who focuses on religiosity.
On Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 7 p.m., Flameside Chat and its hosts opened the floor for the discussion of topics ranging from expressing gratitude, philanthropy as an expression of gratitude, religiosity and gratitude, and any other questions on viewers’ minds concerning the motivations behind philanthropy.
Flameside Chat is an interactive, participant-led broadcast that gives viewers the opportunity to return to a classroom environment without leaving the comfort of home. Hosts are scholars and real-world experts eager to share their knowledge and experience with online viewers. Watch the recorded episode on YouTube.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
Flameside Chat viewers are given the opportunity to submit questions in advance or live during the broadcast. Episodes are live-streamed through the Hangouts app, which automatically pushes the broadcast to YouTube. Viewers can watch via a link on Google+ or YouTube and submit comments for hosts to answer during their talks. They can also tweet @CentreAlumni with the hashtag #flameside, and the moderator can incorporate those comments and questions.
Previous episodes of Flameside Chat can be viewed on the Centre Alumni YouTube Channel or by following the links below.
An email will be distributed to alumni as scheduled Flameside Chats events approach, and information and links will be posted on the Centre College Alumni Facebook page and via @CentreAlumni on Twitter. For those unable to participate in the live chat, a recorded version of the broadcast is available on YouTube and also posted on Centre’s website.
View the entire series of Flameside Chat episodes here:
Flameside Chat #1: The Happy Society is the topic in this premier of Flameside Chat with Dr. Beau Weston.
Flameside Chat #2: The 2014 Mid-Term Election recaps general election results with Dr. Ben Knoll, Dr. Dan Stroup and Dr. Lia Rohr.
Flameside Chat #3: Rainmaking, an analysis of leadership with Centre College President John Roush.
Flameside Chat #4: Black at Centre: A Look Back, A Look Forward. Flameside Chat offers a personal view into life at Centre during the Civil Rights Movement with Dr. Raymond Burse ’73, president of Kentucky State University, and J.H. Atkins, former assistant vice president and associate professor of education.
Flameside Chat #5: Dr. Bruce K. Johnson and the Madness of the NCAA. Dr. Johnson discusses and takes questions on the intersection of economics and college athletics.
Flameside Chat #6: The Bourbon Industry Distilled featuring bourbon experts Matthew Cummings ’05, Adam Johnson’ 97 and Dr. Leonard Demoranville.
Flameside Chat #7: C.S.I. Centre, featuring Dr. Tracey Corey ’83, chief medical examiner for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Jasmin Kaeser ’11, a criminalist for the City of San Diego Police Department Crime Lab, and Erin Baumgartner ’11, fourth-year medical student at the University of Louisville School of Medicine.
Flameside Chat #8: Where the Wild Things Are, featuring friends and colleagues John Hast ’06 and Joe Guthrie ’02, who have spent their careers doing large mammal research.
by Cindy Long
November 23, 2015